Nokia's MeeGo-powered N9 smartphone apparently hit the FCC last week, and now it seems a promotional video from the company has also found its way out early. Pocketnow scored the footage, which shows the N9 with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and capacious touchscreen, as per previous leaks.
There are also Carl Zeiss optics on the rear camera, which going by the half-cropped text is a 12-megapixel unit with autofocus; it has a twin LED flash too. The UI uses much the same rounded iconography as Symbian^3 "Anna", though with a different status bar and other elements.
In all, it's another glimpse of what looks to be a slickly put-together smartphone, though to be fair we've been saying that ever since first catching sight of the N9 last year. "Our Next Sense" says the Nokia tagline, but what role exactly MeeGo can hope to have in the company's Windows Phone future remains to be seen.